I know only two lenses for FS100 with Optical image stabilisation and auto focus support:
Sony E 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 OSS
Sony E 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6
there is more?
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05-12-2011 08:30 AMhttp://skyvide.pro
05-12-2011 10:17 AM
I'm pretty sure any sony alpha mount lens should work with these things if you use the sony alpha adapter. Don't quote me on that though.
This would mean there are a bunch of sigma and tamron lenses that have OIS should work among others.
05-12-2011 12:58 PM
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$148.50 at Amazon), and A-mount lenses, you get auto-exposure plus limited autofocus. Image stabilization is available for A-mount lenses that have it built-in. There are challenges with getting third party lenses to autofocus.
Here is a review of the adapter that spells it out, using one of the small NEX cameras as a testbed. FS100/A-mount lens compatibility may be different.Hybrid Camera Revolution
05-12-2011 03:48 PM
The reviews at amazon on the Sony LA-E1 adapter are not encouraging. 5 Seconds to get focus says one person, not acceptable for stills, definitely not for video, how can anyone advertise autofocus as a possibility for video using A-mount lenses?
Last edited by Kraut69; 05-12-2011 at 04:21 PM.
05-12-2011 04:01 PMwww.vimeo.com/evanheath/videos
05-12-2011 09:10 PM
It is entirely possible that AF will be pretty useless on most lenses. Maybe it will be best on native e-mount lenses like the kit lens, but it also seems likely that for 35mm AF will be a whole different thing than small sensor cameras. I don't even trust AF on 1/3" cameras, I certainly wouldn't trust it with far less depth of field.
As for OS and electronic aperture control, sigma/tamron make plenty of good lenses with OS and sony/sigma/tamron/zeiss all have lenses that will work with the electronic aperture with that sony adapter.
06-19-2011 10:25 AM
my self i think video AF on dslr - is a very stupid idea from the begining , how it will choose or decide where to focus? only u can tell where u want it to focus. auto focus will works only on small sensor as there is simply EVERYTHING in focus, so i would say just forget it, u transfer to DSLR just 1 major reason in general - u want to play with focus, well maybe with low light as well - and there is no such thing as AF.......... the only thing i would want is IS/OIS .......